Series 86. PHOTOGRAPHS AND MEMORABILIA

Index to Photographs

Boxes 1-43

Box 1

  1. Political Rallies.
  2. Speeches in Arkansas. Includes photos of JWF with Henry Kissinger in Little Rock in 1974.
  3. State Politics. Includes photos of JWF with John L. McClellan, Oren Harris, Orval E. Faubus, James W. Trimble, David Pryor, Bill Alexander, John Paul Hammerschmidt, Dale L. Bumpers, and Bob Riley.
  4. Little Rock Photos [Integration, 1957].
  5. Arkansans in Washington, D.C. Includes photos of University of Arkansas Schola Cantorum with John F. Kennedy at the White House in August 1962.
  6. Arkansas Speeches and Meetings.

Box 1a

  1. Photos from Miscellaneous, General Correspondence. Includes photos of JWF with Robert S. McNamara and Dean Rusk and photo of U.S. embassy in Athens, Greece, October 1960. Also includes photo of JWF tugging at ear during interview about the Middle East in 1970.
  2. Photos and Negatives from Clippings Transfile 67. Includes negatives of Fulbright at White House. See also Box 4a, Folder 3, for photographs of JWF in front of White House.
  3. Issues and Answers, 1970-1971. See also Box 4, Folder 4.
  4. U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot, Shumaker, Arkansas, June 8-9, 1956.
  5. Air Force - Blytheville.
  6. Corps of Engineers in Arkansas.
  7. Bull Shoals Dam - White River.
  8. Utility Companies.
  9. Pictorial Report: Dedication of Greers Ferry Dam by President John F. Kennedy, 3 October 1963, U.S. Army Engineer District, Little Rock

Box 2

  1. Miscellaneous. Includes photo of officials in Governor Francis Cherry's administration.
  2. Miscellaneous. Includes photographs of Chester H. (Chet) Lauck.
  3. Miscellaneous.
  4. Correspondence and Papers with Photos.
  5. Unidentified. Includes photo of Fulbright staff emptying bag of mail related to Vietnam war. Staff members Lee Williams and Hoyt Purvis are in the photo.
  6. Arkansas Scenery. Includes views of Sugar Loaf Mountain, White Rock Mountain, Ouachita National Forest, Ozark National Forest, Bear Creek Lake is St. Francis National Forest, Lake Winona, Narrows Bluff separating the Buffalo River from the Richland River, Skull Bluff or Bat House Cave on the Buffalo, and the Boston Mountains. Also includes photos of Queen Wilhelmina's Inn near Mena, Arkansas.
  7. SEAFORS Nuclear Plant.
  8. Floods, Erosion, Dams. Includes photos of Dardanelle, Bull Shoals, Norfolk, Beaver, and Greers Ferry dams.
  9. Fishing and Hunting. See also Box 4, Folder 6 oversize.

Box 3

  1. Foreign Relations Committee - U.S. Senate. Photos of Fulbright with visiting foreign dignitaries and colleagues . Also includes photos of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentarians' Conference in Washington, D.C., November 1959.
  2. Fulbright's Foreign Visits. Photos of Fulbright trips to Lyon, France, in October 1957; Iran in September - October 1958; the Far East in October - November 1958; Rome and Naples, Italy, in November 1962; the Anglo-American Parliamentary Conference in Bermuda in February 1964; the Council of Europe meeting in Strausbourg, France, in May 1965; Stockholm, Sweden, in December 1966; the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Conference in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, in October 1969; Panama in February 1972; and the Persian Gulf in November-December 1972.
  3. Fulbright Scholarship Activities in Foreign Countries. Photos of a meeting of Fulbright Program officials in Vienna in December 1952; ceremonies at the University of Vienna in May 1965 and the University of New Brunswick, Canada, in May 1963; and activities of the Fulbright Program in New Zealand. See also Box 5:1 and 14:3.

Box 3a

  1. Fulbright Program Activities in Foreign Countries. Photos of Fulbright Program activities in Austria, France, Germany, India, Latin America, the Netherlands, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. Included are photos of the ceremony naming the headquarters of the U.S. Educational Foundation in India the "Fulbright House" and photos of the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Fulbright Program in the United Kingdom. Others document the signing ceremony extending the Fulbright agreement with Germany in May 1958 and the ceremony conferring the rank of Senator of the University of Bonn in November 1962.
  2. Fulbright Program. Photos of Fulbright program activities in Australia, Austria, Burma, Denmark, France, and the Netherlands. Included also are photos of the senator with Sam Fisher, Fulbright artist, and photos of the Board of Foreign Scholarships in 1953.
  3. Fulbright Exchange Students. Primarily photos of Fulbright scholars, including the first Fulbright scholars at Oxford. Included also are photos of the Board of Foreign Scholarships in 1957 and the U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs in 1962.
  4. Other Fulbright Scholars - Ronald Radford and Eleanor King

Box 4

  1. Campaign Activities. Photographs from the Fulbright campaigns of 1962, 1968, and 1974. Includes an autographed photo of Hattie Wyatt Caraway seated at her desk. Also included are images of the Fulbrights in front of the Roberta Fulbright Library in Fayetteville and a photo of the senator in a parade car.
  2. Campaign Activities. Photos from the Fulbright campaigns of 1962, 1968, and 1974.
  3. Campaign Activities. Photos from the Fulbright campaigns of 1968 and 1974. Includes photos of the senator in front of the Fulbright home on Mt. Nord.
  4. Media Involvements. Includes photo of the senator surrounded by reporters and microphones for impromptu press conference after a session of the Foreign Relations Committee on Vietnam. Other images concern JWF's appearances on network public affairs programs. Includes also photo of Fulbright in the Foreign Relations Committee Room. See also Box 1, Folder 9.
  5. Photo Indentifications
  6. 6ov. 1962 Campaign: Scrapbook (Clippings and Photographs) [Located in Box 38]

Box 4a

  1. Fulbright Portraits: A Selection
  2. Fulbright Portraits. Some photographs include Mrs. Fulbright.
  3. Formal and Informal Portraits. Includes images of Fulbright at desk, in front of White House, and carving turkey. Negatives for White House photos are located in Box 1, Folder 8.

Box 5

  1. Academic Matters. Photos pertain to honorary degree ceremonies at Southwestern, Memphis; Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; John B. Stetson University, De Land, Florida; and California, Long Beach. Includes photograph of the destroyed medical library at the University of Strasbourg, November 28, 1944. See also Boxes 3:3 and 14:3.
  2. Presidential Matters. Photographs of Fulbright and Dwight D. Eisenhower meeting with the Board of Foreign Scholarships in 1959, John F. Kennedy signing the Fulbright-Hays Act in 1961, and Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Kennedy Center bill in January 1964. Other photos concern White House activities, including a White House briefing in February 1965. Also includes picture of Fulbright with Johnson in front of map of Vietnam.
  3. National Political Figures. Includes photographs of original electric car used in Senate office tunnel; and photos pertaining to the Test Ban Treaty in 1963, and the Foreign Relations Committee hearings in March 1969, with Senator George B. Aiken on U.S. policy in Vietnam.
  4. National Political Figures

Box 5a

  1. National Political Figures. Includes formal portraits of colleagues, some autographed.
  2. Social. Includes photographs of the senator backstage with Anna Moffo and with Edward D. Stone at the Kennedy Center.
  3. Edward D. Stone Furniture. Photos of furniture designed by Stone for Fulbright family factory in Fayetteville. Also three contact sheets of Fulbright, Stone, and others labeled "Architectural Forum, 3-17-50."
  4. Kennedy Center. Photos of Fulbright and Edward D. Stone, Kennedy Center officials, ground-breaking ceremony with Lyndon B. Johnson, and presentation of the Arkansas Panel. Included also are photographs of the Kennedy Center, sketch of proposed sculpture of John F. Kennedy memorial, and external perspectives.
  5. Smithsonian Institution. Photos of the cornerstone ceremony for the Museum of History and Technology, May 5, 1961; and the Board of Regents, January 25, 1967. Other pictures concern the Regents and the Cooper Union.
  6. Edward Durell Stone - New Delhi Embassy. Photos of the embassy and officials.

Box 6

  1. Photograph Album. "James William Fulbright / in Erinnerung an / die Verleihung der Wurde eines / Doktors der Rechte enrenhalber / dur die Rechtsund / der Universitat Tübingen. Tübingen, am F. Mai 1965."
  2. Photograph Album. "Presented to Senator J. William Fulbright in memory of your visit to our Untertuerkheim plant on May 8, 1965, with the compliments of Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft."

Box 7

  1. Photograph Album. "To William Fulbright, Esq., Senator U.S.A., in remembrance of moments which you and your wife spent in Novi Sad, the capital of the autonomous province of Voyvodina - SERT/Director of the Information Office of the Autonomous Province of Voyvodina/Novi Sad, November 8, 1964. Vasa Dobrosavl evic." [Yugoslavia].

Box 8

  1. Photograph Album. Photographs pertain to the signing ceremonies for the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in Moscow in August 1963. See Box 26 for the U.S. Senate resolution regarding ratification of the treaty signed by the United States, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on August 5, 1963.

Box 9

Photographs of Washington Personalities and Some Historic Photographs

  1. Fulbright Act. Photograph of Harry S. Truman signing Fulbright Act on August 1, 1946. Fulbright and William Benton watch.
  2. Historic Photographs. Photos of Fulbright receiving gavel from Theodore F. Green in February 1959 when Fulbright became chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson look on); Fulbright with Congressmen Sol Bloom and Charles Eaton after the passage of the Fulbright Resolution on September 21, 1943; John F. Kennedy signing the Fulbright-Hays Act in 1961; and signing ceremonies for establishment of the Fulbright Program in the United Kingdom. Other photos include former members of Sigma Chi in Congress in 1951, Fulbright with the Razorback No. 1 Plaque outside his office door, and Chester Lauck and Norris Goff (Lum and Abner) with Fulbright and Brooks Hays.
  3. Fulbright Family 1965. Photo of Fulbright family in Fayetteville for Helen Fulbright's memorial service in September 1965.
  4. Fulbright - University of Arkansas - November 18, 1922 - Arkansas 9, SMU 0.
  5. Photos and Sketches. Includes photographs of Fulbright house on Mt. Nord and Old State Capitol in Little Rock, along with sketches of Fulbright.
  6. Photographs of Colleagues. Includes autographed photos of colleagues and the U.S. Senate in session, circa 1963.
  7. Photographs of Colleagues. Includes autographed photos.

Box 10ov.

Miscellaneous Photographs (Items 1-6)

  1. Fulbright with Robert S. McNamara at Vietnam hearings, February 1966.
  2. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, fall 1963 (George F. Mobley, National Geographic photographer).
  3. Sam Rayburn.
  4. State Capitol Building, Little Rock.
  5. Oxford-Cambridge and Union College lacrosse teams, Schenectady, New York, April 24, 1926 (see also Box 14:1).
  6. Ground plot of the Chapel of Pembroke College, spiral staircase to library, refectory, master's lodgings.

Box 11ov

  1. Photograph Album. Photos of Fulbright's trip to Tokyo, April 14-16, 1979.
  2. Photograph Album. Photos of ceremony associated with presentation of the Japan Foundation Award, April 1975.

Box 12.

See also Box 13.

  1. Photograph Album. Photos of Fulbright's trip to Greece in May 1978 when he received an honorary degree from National Technical University of Athens.
  2. Photograph Album. Photos of Fulbright's trip to Athens in May 1978 to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Greece.

Box 13.

See also Box 12.

  1. Photograph Album. Photos of Fulbright's trip to Greece. No date.
  2. Photograph Album. Photos of Fulbright's trip to the Middle East, [June 1975].

Box 14.

Miscellaneous Photographs (Items 1-4)

  1. Oxford-Cambridge lacrosse team in 1926 (see also Box 10:5).
  2. Lee Williams on U.S. Capitol steps.
  3. Honorary degree activities at the University of Scranton, May 29, 1983 (see also Boxes 3:3 and 5:1).
  4. People in front of White House, November 23, 1963.

Box 15

  1. Miscellaneous Photographs
  2. Miscellaneous Photographs
  3. Miscellaneous Photographs
  4. Miscellaneous Photographs
  5. Miscellaneous Photographs

Box 15a.

Negatives

Boxes 16-25.

Awards and Honors (See also Boxes 39-41.)

Box 24 includes framed certificate regarding the senator's appointment as U.S. Representative to the Ninth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, August 7, 1954; and framed certificate of U.S. Senate membership, January 3, 1945.

See Appendix B for a list of the senator's awards, honors, and special memberships. See also Oversize Folder 24a for framed illuminated parchment naming Fulbright honorary president of the Society der Freunde des Deutsch-Amerikanischen Austausches in November 1962.

Box 26.

House and Senate Resolutions

Includes the Fulbright Resolution of September 21, 1943; Senate Resolution 77 appointing Fulbright chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in February 1959; Senate resolution regarding the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963; and resolutions of appreciation.

Box 27ov.

Political Cartoons

Originals of cartoons sent to Fulbright by the cartoonists; some are autographed.

Box 28ov.

Honorary Degrees

See Appendix C for a list of honorary degrees. See also Box 37 for oversize diplomas (3).

Boxes 29-32ov. Academic Regalia

Boxes 33-35ov. Fulbright Homecoming, Fayetteville, September 1989

See also Oversize Folder 35a for posters commemorating Fulbright homecoming.

Box 36ov.

Fulbright Homecoming, Fayetteville, September 1989 (Exhibit)

Box 37ov.

  1. Arkansas Election Maps (oversize folder).
  2. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey; Doctor of Laws, June 8, 1955; honorary. Diploma. (Oversize).
  3. University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany; Doctor of Laws, May 7, 1965; honorary. Diploma. (Oversize).
  4. National and Kapodistriakan University, Athens, ; Doctor of Laws, May 17, 1978; honorary. Diploma. (Oversize). The documents are in "Katharevousa Greek," formal purified modern Greek.

Box 38ov.

1962 Campaign: Scrapbook (Clippings and Photographs)

Boxes 39-41ov. Memorabilia from Hal Cooper Douglas

Materials include membership certificates for Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, and Order of the Coif; Significant Sig Certificate from Sigma Chi; diplomas from the University of Arkansas (Bachelor of Arts and honorary doctorate); diploma for honorary doctorate from College of the Ozarks; framed copy of H. Con. Res. 25, September 21, 1945; certificates of admittance to practice before the Bar of the Supreme Court and U.S. Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia; George Washington University Alumni Achievement Award; American Council on Education Citation of Appreciation; framed certificate declaring Fulbright to be an honorary citizen of Little Rock; bumper stickers; and campaign buttons.

Box 42.

Fulbright College Archives: Photographs and Negatives

  1. Negatives
  2. Photographs. Photos of University of Arkansas events and senator on the Fayetteville Square with Harriet Mayor Fulbright.
  3. Photographs - Fulbright Homecoming - 1989. Photos of the senator in Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries, September 1989; homecoming on the Fayetteville Square; and book signing at the Bank of Fayetteville. The homecoming celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the senator's presidency of the University of Arkansas.
  4. Photographs. Photos of Fulbright and Bill Clinton in 1963 and 1989, Fulbright at the Old Main Rededication in 1991, and Fulbright with President Clinton for the Medal of Freedom ceremony in 1993.
  5. Photographs. Photos of Fulbright at the Fayetteville airport during the 1974 campaign.

Box 43.

Fulbright College Archives: Scrapbook

Photographs pertain to the dedication of the Fulbright College in July 1982.
Oversize Portraits (2)
One portrait of Fulbright as a young man by Louis Freund; another of Fulbright by Victor Lallier.


AWARDS AND HONORS

  • Alumni Achievement Award. George Washington University, May 31, 1944.
  • Certificate of Commission as Admiral. Pine Ridge Navy. Pine Ridge, Arkansas. November 25, 1947.
  • Newsweek's Ten Who Have Made the Greatest Contribution . . . . February 10, 1948.
  • Diploma. Arkansas College of Hunting and Fishing. Little Rock, Arkansas. September 1, 1948.
  • Diploma of Merit and Medal. Golden Jubilee of the Philippine Educational System. Manila, Philippines. December 16, 1951. Accepted by Julian F. Harrington, charge dé affaires, American embassy.
  • Significant Sig Medal. Sigma Chi Fraternity, University of Arkansas. June 21, 1952.
  • Award for Distinguished Service to the Arts. National Institute of Arts and Letters. May 26, 1954.
  • 1954 Award for Distinguished Service to Education. American College of Public Relations Association. New York City. June 23, 1954.
  • Arkansas Distinguished Service Award. Junior Chamber of Commerce. December 14, 1954.
  • Michael Friedsam Medal in Industrial Art Award (1955). Architectural League of New York. May 26, 1955.
  • Distinguished Service Award. Institute of International Education. December 7, 1956.
  • Honorary Citizen of Little Rock, Arkansas. May 17, 1957.
  • Cross of the Knight Commander of the Royal Order of the Phoenix, Kingdom of Greece. June 28, 1957. Conferred by King Paul of the Hellenes.
  • Arkansas Poultry Industry Hall of Fame. October 25, 1957.
  • Lord & Taylor Award. May 7, 1958.
  • Special Award of Merit (for outstanding contribution in the field of education). Philadelphia Museum School of Art. June 6, 1958.
  • Distinguished Service Award. Kiwanis Club. Pine Bluff, Arkansas. December 17, 1958.
  • Young Democrats Club of Arkansas Award. Outstanding Congressional Member. March 6, 1959.
  • Cultural Award of the "Longfellow-Bell." Longfellow Association of the Steuben-Schurz Society. Geiselheim/Rhein, Germany. June 1959.
  • Royal Order of Saint Olav. Oslo, Norway. February 9, 1960.
  • Honorary Citizen of Little Rock, Arkansas. October 5, 1959.
  • Longfellow Medal of the Steuben-Schurz Society. German Embassy. Washington, D.C. April 27, 1960.
  • "Living History" Medallion, "Living History of the Critical Years: 1935-1960." Research Institute of America. New York City. April 27, 1960.
  • Certificate for Outstanding Service. Distributive Education Clubs of America. June 23, 1961.
  • Citation of Appreciation. American Council on Education. October 6, 1961.
  • 1961 Conservation Achievement Award. Arkansas Outdoor Writers Association.
  • Daimler Benz Medal. 1961.
  • Redbook Magazine's Five Most Powerful and Five Most Admired Men in Senate. January 1962.
  • Citation. Arkansas Medical Society. July 1962.
  • Honorary President. Society der Freunde des Deutsch-Amerikanischen Austausches. Bonn, West Germany. November 1962.
  • Spirit of a Free Society: Essays in Honor of Senator James William Fulbright on the Occasion of the Tenth Anniversary of the German Fulbright Program. Heidelberg: Quelle & Meyer Publishers, 1962.
  • Certificate of Recognition. American Association for Conservation Information. 1962.
  • 1963 World Trade Award. Metropolitan Washington Board of Trade. Washington, D.C., May 24, 1963.
  • Resolution of Appreciation. Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation. January 14, 1964.
  • Distinguished Alumnus Citation. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, May 30, 1964.
  • Eloy Alfaro Grand Cross Award. Eloy Alfaro International Foundation of the Republic of Panama. September 30, 1964.
  • Key to City of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. September 1965.
  • Fulbright House. U.S. Educational Foundation - India. New Delhi. November 1965. Headquarters of USEF-I formally named Fulbright House at a ceremony presided over by Dr. Zakir Husain, then vice president of India.
  • Speaker of the Year Award. Delta Sigma Rho - Tau Kappa Alpha, National Forensic Society. 1965.
  • Certificate of Appreciation. National Press Club. Washington, D.C. May 17, 1966.
  • Foreign Policy Award. International Fellows of Columbia University. 1966.
  • Citation of Merit. Salvation Army Association of New York. December 3, 1969.
  • Certificate of Appreciation. North-American Broadcasting Corporation. January 1, 1970.
  • Certificate of Appreciation. Partners of the Alliance. Agency for International Development. January 1970.
  • Certificate of Appreciation. School of Advanced International Studies. Johns Hopkins
     University. October 1, 1970.
  • Diploma Conferring Honor of Southern Senator. Southern Baptist College. Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. March 1, 1971.
  • Certificate of Appreciation. Hall of Fame for Great Americans. New York University. October 21, 1973.
  • James Madison Award for Distinguished Public Service. American Whig-Cliosophic Society. Princeton University. January 25, 1974. Founded in 1765, the Whig-Cliosophic Society is the oldest college political and debating society in the world.
  • Distinguished Service Award. Catfish Farmers of America. February 1, 1974.
  • Award of Honor. Association of Overseas Educators. Washington, D.C. September 21, 1974.
  • Recognition Award. Fulbright Board of Foreign Scholarships. December 16, 1974. Signed by Chairmen of BFS, 1950-1974.
  • House Resolution (H.R. 40) in Recognition and Commendation of the Outstanding Public Service of Senator J. William Fulbright. 69th General Assembly, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1974.
  • 1300 Years Medal. People's Republic of Bulgaria. Medal struck in honor of 1,300 years of Bulgarian nationhood. June 21, 1974. Booklet for the medal housed in second accession (Series 86) of the JWFP. Medal located in JWFPP.
  • Japan Foundation Award. Tokyo. April 15, 1975.
  • Order of the Rising Sun First Class. Tokyo, Japan. April 1975. Conferred by the government of Japan.
  • Award for Distinguished Service. Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. May 1, 1975.
  • Cross of the Knight Commander of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. May 29, 1975.
  • Honorary Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (KBE). October 10, 1975. Bestowed by Her Majesty the Queen of England.
  • Citation of Appreciation. League of Finnish-American Societies and Committee on Study and Training in U.S. October 30, 1975.
  • 27th Annual Arkansas Democrat Award. Man of the Year in Arkansas. 1975.
  • Republic Medal of the First Degree. Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim. Cairo, Egypt. January 12, 1976. From Anwar Sadat. (Egypt's second highest decoration.) Medal and Certificate. Order of the Republic decoration conferred on March 4, 1976.
  • Commander of the National Order of the Legion of Honor of the Republic of France. Paris, France. June 9, 1976. Signed by V. d-Estaing. Conferred on July 26, 1976.
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Lion of Finland. June 22, 1976.
  • Sadie Snow Award. Birmingham (Alabama) International Educational Film Festival. March 1977.
  • IIE Award. Institute of International Education. April 19, 1977.
  • Recognition Certificates. University of Arkansas Foundation. Member of Development Council for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. May 1, 1977; April 23, 1979.
  • Arkansan of the Year Award. Arkansas Broadcasters Association. August 1977.
  • Commander's Cross of First Class of the Order of Dannebrog. Copenhagen, Denmark. September 29, 1977.
  • Award and Medallion. Office of Education. Smithsonian Institution. April 25, 1978.
  • Medal. National Technical University of Athens. May 7, 1978.
  • Benjamin Franklin Medal. Royal Society of Arts for 1977. United Kingdom. October 24, 1978.
  • J. William Fulbright Elementary School Dedication. Little Rock, Arkansas. November 12, 1978.
  • NCIV Award of Appreciation. National Council for International Visitors. Washington, D.C. March 19, 1981.
  • 1300 Years Bulgaria Medal. October 23, 1981.
  • University of Arkansas College of Arts and Sciences Medal. Fayetteville, Arkansas. 1981.
  • Dedication of J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. July 9-10, 1982.
  • Half-Century Citation. Experiment in International Living. Washington, D.C. September 15, 1982.
  • First Thomas Jefferson Award in International Education. Association for Anthropological Diplomacy - American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. December 6, 1982.
  • Medal. University of California Education Abroad Program, 1962-1982.
  • Distinguished American Award. Arkansas Chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. April 1983.
  • Recognition Certificate. International Understanding Honor Society, Ohio University Chapter. April 30, 1984.
  • Simba Award for Democracy. Academia Simba, Rome, Italy. 1984.
  • Global Crossroads Award (Clark Kerr). 1984.
  • Distinguished Service Award 1985. Association of Asian Studies. Philadelphia. March 22, 1985.
  • Altschul Award. Stamford Forum, Connecticut. May 2, 1985.
  • Distinguished Service Award. United States Association of Former Members of Congress. May 13, 1985.
  • 1300 Years Bulgaria Jubilee Medal. May 23, 1985.
  • Kodaikanal International School Award. Tamil Nadu, India. June 13, 1985.
  • Medal. 25 Years of the Fulbright Program in Portugal. LUSO-American Educational Commission. 1960-1985.
  • "Thank You, Senator Fulbright from the Children at Fulbright Primary School." Little Rock, Arkansas. 1985-1986.
  • First Annual World Press Institute Award for International Understanding. St. Paul, Minnesota. September 1986.
  • Award for Outstanding Public Service. American Council on Education. October 6, 1986.
  • Proclamation by Harold Washington, Mayor of Chicago, declaring October 16, 1986, Fulbright Fortieth Anniversary Day.
  • Theodore Roosevelt Award. Sons of the American Revolution. New York City. October 24, 1986.
  • Award for Outstanding Contribution to International Educational Exchange. Council on International Educational Exchange. November 6, 1986.
  • Certificate of Appreciation. 40th Anniversary. Washington Semester Program of the American University. Washington, D.C. [1986].
  • Silver Anniversary Award. National Council for International Visitors. February 18, 1987.
  • Foreign Language Advocate Award for 1987. Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Middlebury, Vermont. New York City. April 24, 1987.
  • International Cooperation Through Education Award. Ministry of Education, Republic of China. October [23], 1987.
  • Certificate of Appreciation. Division of International Affairs of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges. November 8, 1987.
  • Centennial Alumnus — University of Arkansas. Association Committee on the Centenary of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges. Medal. November 1987.
  • Region III Citation for Extraordinary Service to International Education. NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Little Rock, Arkansas. 1987.
  • Distinguished Practitioner Award. International Society for Educational, Cultural and Scientific Interchanges. Washington, D.C. February 22, 1988.
  • University of Arkansas Centennial Alumnus. Fayetteville. May 5, 1988.
  • University of Arkansas Fulbright College Honors Scholar Medal. Fayetteville, Arkansas. May 7, 1988.
  • 1988 James Newby Award. Washington, D.C. November 10, 1988. Carl Marcy accepted the award for Fulbright.
  • 1988 Italo Ponterotto Award. Modern Language Department, Iona College. New Rochelle, New York.
  • Athinai Prize for Man and Mankind. Onassis Foundation. Athens, Greece. April 20, 1989.
  • Clark Kerr Medal and Award. Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate of the University of California. Washington, D.C. June 10, 1989.
  • Fulbright Square Dedication. Fayetteville, Arkansas. September 23, 1989.
  • Freedom from Fear Award and Medal. Roosevelt Institute. Hyde Park, New York. October 13, 1989.
  • University of Siena Medal. Sienna, Italy. October 1989. Special medal commemorates the Fulbright Program.
  • J. William Fulbright Award for International Trade Development. Mid-South International Trade Association. November 1989.
  • Commemorative Stamp. United States Educational and Cultural Foundation in Liberia. 1989. Celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Liberia.
  • Outstanding Citizen Award. Iona House. Washington, D.C. March 7, 1990.
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Washington, D.C. March 12, 1990. Bust of senator unveiled for permanent display to honor his role in the creation of the national performing arts center.
  • Fulbright Quadrangle. Pembroke College, University of Oxford. June 23, 1990.
  • Moscow State University Medal. Moscow, USSR. June 1990.
  • Kyoto University Medal. Kyoto, Japan. September 30, 1990. Medal commemorates senator's visit to the university.
  • James Madison — Dolly Madison. Medal. 1990.
  • Arkansas Historical Association's Life Membership. Little Rock. April 5, 1991.
  • Japan Award. New York City. June 27, 1991.
  • "My Personal History." Nikkei Financial Daily. Tokyo, Japan. May 1991. A series of thirty interviews conducted by Michio Katsumata and later published in book form with both English and Japanese texts. The senator was the first non-Japanese to be featured in that column.
  • Commemorative Plaque. International Student House. Washington, D.C. 1991.
  • Corita Kent Peace Award. Immaculate Heart College Center. Los Angeles, California. January 23, 1992.
  • Presidential Citation. American University. Washington, D.C. January 26, 1992. Presented by American University President Joseph Duffy at AU's ninety-fourth commencement.
  • University of Helsinki Medal. Helsinki, Finland. April 1992.
  • Presidential Medal of Freedom. Washington, D.C. May 5, 1993. U.S. government's highest civilian award presented by President Bill Clinton at Fulbright Association dinner in honor of senator's eighty-eighth birthday.
  • Fulbright House. U.S.—U.K. Educational Exchange Commission. London. May 1993. Headquarters of the U.S.—U.K. Fulbright Commission named for the senator.
  • Order of Merit of the Polish Republic, Second Degree. Polish Embassy, Washington, D.C. December 16, 1993. Highest award given by the Polish government to a foreigner who is not a head of state.
  • Silver Cross of the Hungarian Republic. March 1994. Awarded by government of Hungary.
  • Leo M. Goodman Prize. American Chamber of Commerce in Germany. Munich, Germany. April 29, 1994. Awarded for Fulbright's outstanding contribution to German-American relations.
  • Memorial Fund. Fulbright Commission. Cairo, Egypt. November 1995. Created for senator and two others, Dr. Salah El Din Morsi Mohamed and Gil Sherman.
  • Philippine Fulbright Scholars Association. J. William Fulbright Memorial Lecture Series. Manila, Philippines. 1995 —
  • First Day of Issue Stamp Dedication Ceremony for the Fulbright Scholarships Commemorative Stamp. U.S. Postal Service. Fayetteville, Arkansas. February 28, 1996.
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Southern Cross. Brazil. March 1997. Awarded posthumously to Senator Fulbright from Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso.
  • J. William Fulbright Center. Cyprus Fulbright Commission. Nicosia buffer zone. August 1997. Commission inaugurated new building named in honor of Senator Fulbright.
  • Plaque. Fortieth Anniversary of the Fulbright Program. Warsaw, Poland. October 1999. President of Poland discussed the role of the Fulbright Program in helping to abolish communism and in preparing leaders for the transformation to democracy and a market economy.
  • Certificate of Commendation. Board of Supervisors, County of Los Angeles. No date.
  • Certificate of Commendation. Jobs for Veterans. Washington, D.C. No date.
  • "The Secret of Your Greatness." Thanat Khoman, Foreign Minister of Thailand. No date. Inscribed to the senator by Sargent Shriver.
  • Key to the City of Houston. No date.
  • St. Thomas Acquinas Medal. No date.

SPECIAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Phi Delta Phi, George Washington University. Member. January 15, 1933. (International legal fraternity).
  • The Order of the Coif. Member. June 4, 1934.
  • Admittance to practice before the Bar of the Supreme Court. October 9, 1934.
  • Admittance to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia. April 2, 1935.
  • Rotary Club. Fayetteville, Arkansas. Honorary member. June 30, 1944.
  • U.S. Senate Membership Certificate. January 3, 1945.
  • Phi Beta Kappa (Alpha Chapter of Arkansas). Member. May 10, 1945.
  • Attorney's License. State of Arkansas. Little Rock. April 29, 1946.
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Boston, Massachusetts. Fellow. May 10, 1950.
  • American Philosophical Society. Member. Circa 1952-1953. Fulbright was the first person from Arkansas to be elected to the society.
  • Nomination by President Dwight D. Eisenhower as a Representative of the United States to the Ninth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. August 7, 1954.
  • Netherlands—America Alumni Association, Amsterdam. Honorary chairman. March 1955.
  • Clipper Club. Pan American World Airways. Member. February 10, 1956.
  • Kappa Delta Pi (Laureate Chapter, Alabama College, Montevallo). Member. March 1956. (Honor society in education).
  • Netherlands—America Alumni Association, Amsterdam. Honorary president of DeHalve Maen. November 17, 1956.
  • Arkansas Poultry Federation Hall of Fame. Member. October 25, 1957.
  • International Council of the Museum of Modern Art, New York City. Honorary member. Circa 1958.
  • Committee of Honor of the American Federation of the Arts, New York City. Member. 1959.
  • United States Capitol Historical Society, Washington, D.C. Supporting founding member. 1963.
  • Commission on Presidential Scholars, Washington, D.C. Member. May 23, 1964. (Certificate signed by Lyndon B. Johnson).
  • Omicron Delta Kappa, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Honorary member. April 3, 1965.
  • International Students' Society, George Washington University. Honorary president. November 29, 1967.
  • Alumni Association, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Member. May 15, 1968.
  • Development Council of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Founding member. February 16, 1970.
  • President's Commission for the Observance of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the United Nations. Washington, D.C. Member. July 10, 1970. (Certificate signed by Richard M. Nixon).
  • Arkansas Bar Association. Fellow of the Foundation. January 9, 1974.
  • Development Council of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Member. May 17, 1974.
  • Board of Trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Member. April 25, 1975. (Certificate signed by Gerald Ford).
  • First Ronald Buchanan McCallum Memorial Lecture. University of Oxford. October 24, 1975. Inaugural lecture in memory of the senator's Oxford tutor.
  • Visiting Fellow. Davidson College. Davidson, North Carolina. April 1977.
  • Asla Alumni Association of Finland. First honorary member. May 18, 1977.
  • Fellows of the American Bar Association. Honorary member. February 1978.
  • Clifford P. Case Professor of Public Affairs. Rutgers University. April 1988.
  • Arkansas Automobile Club. Honorary member. No date.
  • Washington County Historical Society, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Member. No date.
  • University of Arkansas Foundation for International Exchange of Students. Member. No date.
  • International College of Dentists. Honorary fellow. No date.
  • Cooperative Extension Service of the University of Arkansas. Honorary lifetime 4-H member. No date.
  • NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Honorary member. No date.
  • Phi Beta Delta (Beta Eta Chapter). University of Arkansas. Honorary member. No date. (Honorary Society for International Scholars). Fulbright was first honorary member.
  • Fulbright Association. Washington, D.C. Honorary Chairman. No date. Private, nonprofit membership organization of Fulbright Program alumni and friends.

HONORARY DEGREES

  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas; Bachelor of Arts, June 16, 1925; earned.
  • Oxford University, Oxford, England; Bachelor of Arts, June 1928; earned.
  • Oxford University, Oxford, England; Master of Arts, April 1931; earned.
  • George Washington University, Washington, D. C.; Bachelor of Laws with Distinction, June 6, 1934; earned.
  • John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Arkansas; Doctor of Letters, May 25, 1944; honorary.
  • Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; Doctor of Laws, May 29, 1944; honorary.
  • Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania; Doctor of Laws, October 25, 1946; honorary.
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas; Doctor of Laws, June 9, 1947; honorary.
  • Southwestern at Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee; Doctor of Humane Letters, June 1, 1948; honorary.
  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Doctor of Laws, June 12, 1948; honorary.
  • Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York; Doctor of Laws, June 14, 1948; honorary.
  • Pembroke College, Oxford University; Oxford, England; Honorary Fellowship, March 9, 1949.
  • College of the Ozarks, Clarksville, Arkansas; Doctor of Laws, May 22, 1949; honorary.
  • Duke University, Durham, North Carolina; Doctor of Laws, June 5, 1950; honorary.
  • John B. Stetson University, De Land, Florida; Doctor of Humanities, June 4, 1951; honorary.
  • New York University, New York City; Doctor of Laws, September 15, 1951; honorary.
  • Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; Doctor of Laws, June 9, 1952; honorary.
  • Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut; Doctor of Laws, June 8, 1953; honorary.
  • Oxford University, Oxford, England; Doctor of Civil Laws, July 1, 1953; honorary.
  • University of the South, Swanee, Tennessee; Doctor of Civil Laws, June 14, 1954; honorary.
  • Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey; Doctor of Laws, June 8, 1955; honorary.
  • University of Alabama, University, Alabama; Doctor of Laws, May 27, 1956; honorary.
  • Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts; Doctor of Laws, June 3, 1956; honorary.
  • University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Doctor of Political and Social Sciences, June 3, 1957; honorary.
  • University of Dijon, Dijon, France; Doctor Honoris Causa, October 12, 1957; honorary.
  • Hamilton College, Clinton, New York; Doctor of Laws, June 8, 1958; honorary.
  • University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium; Doctor Honrois Causa, September 22, 1958; honorary.
  • University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium; Doctor of Laws, September 23, 1958; honorary.
  • George Washington University, Washington, D. C.; Doctor of Laws, June 3, 1959; honorary.
  • University of California, Berkeley, California; June 1960; honorary.
  • University of Bonn, Bonn, West Germany; Honorary Senator of University of Bonn, Doctor of Laws, November 19, 1962.
  • University of Naples, Naples, Italy; Doctor Honoris Causa, November 24, 1962.
  • Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts; Doctor of Laws, May 14, 1963; honorary.
  • University of New Brunswick, New Brunswick, Fredericton, Nova Scotia; Doctor of Laws, May 16, 1963; honorary.
  • Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Doctor of Humanities, June 9, 1963; honorary.
  • University of Tubingen, Tubingen, Germany; Doctor of Laws, May 7, 1965; honorary.
  • University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; Honorary Senator of University of Vienna, May 11, 1965.
  • University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland; Doctor of Laws, July 1, 1965; honorary.
  • Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, Los Angeles, California; Doctor of Humanities, June 7, 1970; honorary.
  • University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England; Doctor of Law (Honoris Causa), June 10, 1971; honorary.
  • Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri; Doctor of Laws, November 30, 1974; honorary.
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Doctor of Laws, May 9, 1976; honorary.
  • University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Politics Doctor Honoris Causa; May 28, 1976; honorary.
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Doctor of Laws, May 28, 1976; honorary.
  • Miami University, Oxford, Ohio; Doctor of Public Service, June 13, 1976; honorary.
  • National and Kapodistriakan University, Athens, Greece; Doctor of Laws, May 17, 1978; honorary.
  • University of Missouri, Columbia; May 1982; honorary.
  • Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan; June 1982; honorary.
  • Trondheim University, Norway; 1982; honorary.
  • University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania; Doctor of Humane Letters, May 29, 1983; honorary.
  • University of Manchester, Manchester, England; Honorary L.L.D., 1984.
  • Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.; November 22, 1985; honorary.
  • Brown University, Providence, R.I.; Doctor of Laws, September 25, 1986; honorary.
  • LaSalle University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Doctor of Humane Letters, 1986; honorary.
  • American University, Cairo, Egypt; June 1986; In absentia. Luncheon held in Washington, D.C. on July 22 to honor Fulbright.
  • University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida; Doctor of Humane Letters, May 3, 1987; honorary.
  • University of Miami, Florida; May 8, 1987; honorary.
  • Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland; May 17, 1987; honorary.
  • Middlebury College, Vermont; August 1987; honorary.
  • Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland; Doctor of Humane Letters, May 26, 1988; honorary.
  • Moscow State University, Moscow, USSR; Doctor of Laws, June 28, 1990; honorary.
  • University of Hawaii; October 4, 1990; honorary.
  • Arkansas College, Batesville, May 25, 1991; honorary.
  • Tampere University, Finland; Doctor of Philosophy, April 1992; honorary.

INDEX TO PHOTOGRAPHS

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - Y - Z

  • Abaracon, Renee, 3:4
  • Abdullah, Hasib, 3:2
  • Acheson, Dean, 3:1
  • Ackley, Martin Maxwell II, 15:4
  • Adair, Ross, 5:2; 9:2
  • Addington, Edye, 1:3; 4:6 ov
  • Affeld, William C., 3:3, 4
  • Aiken, George D., 3:1, 2; 5:2, 3; 8:1; 9:2; 10:2 ov
  • Ajele, Saffeti, 3:4
  • Albert, Carl, 5:2
  • Albuquerque, Mario, 3:6
  • Alcorn, Ray, 1:14
  • Alexander, Bill, 1:3; 4:1
  • Allbright, William J., 1:15
  • Allen, Mrs. A. Hall, 1:2
  • Allen, Mrs. C. K., 3:6
  • Allen, Eleanor Wyllys, 3:4
  • Alphand, Herve, 3:1
  • Altmaier, Jakob, 5:3
  • Amery, L. S., 3:6
  • Anderson, Clinton P., 5:2, 3, 4, 9; 9:2
  • Anderson, Frances Jane, see Cranford, Frances Jane Anderson
  • Anderson, French, 1:14
  • Anderson, Hurst Robins, 5:2
  • Andrews, J. M., 3:5
  • Andrews, John N., 3:5, 6; 5:2
  • [Archer], Laird, 15:5
  • Ashabranner, Brent, 5:6
  • Ashabranner, R. L., 4:1
  • Ashmore, Harry S., 3:2
  • Audra, Emile, 3:4, 5;
  • Aung, Htin, 3:5
  • Austad, Anne, 3:5
  • Autry, L. H., 4:1
  • Avedisian, Armen G., 1:5
  • Averoff-Tossizza, Evanghelos, 3:1
  • Axum, Donna, 2:5; 5:6
  • Baggett, Jim, 1:14
  • Bahti, Mrs. James H., 3:2
  • Bajahji, A., 3:2
  • Baker, Sarah S., 3:3, 4
  • Bale, Joseph, 9:7
  • Ballentine, Douglas, 3:5
  • Bane, Frank P., 1:12
  • Banerjee, P. K., 5:6
  • Barden, Graham C., 9:2
  • Barrachin, Edmond, 3:1
  • Barrault, Jean-Louis, 3:4, 5
  • Baruch, Bernard M., 9:6
  • Baruch, Herman B., 3:4, 5
  • Bates, David, 15:1
  • Baugh, Jerry Robert, 15:4
  • Bayh, Birch, 3:2
  • Beall, J. Glenn, 3:1; 9:2
  • Bearden, Lee, 4:1
  • Bell, Philip Anthony, 3:5
  • Benson, George C. S., 3:6; 5:2
  • Benton, William, 9:1
  • Berding, Andrew H., 3:6
  • Berg, Mike, 1:10
  • Berger, Gaston, 3:4, 5
  • Berry, Earl, 1:14
  • Bethovart, Antoine, 3:1
  • Bevin, Ernest, 9:2
  • Bible, Alan, 5:3
  • Bilbo, [Theodore G.], 9:2
  • [Billington, James H.], 3:4
  • Binkley, W. A., 3:6
  • Binkley, Mrs. W. A., 3:6
  • Bird, A. H., 1:10
  • Bjerkel, Tore, 15:5
  • Black, H. D., 3:5
  • Blair, Diane D., 43:2, 4, 5
  • Blair, James B., 43:2, 3, 4
  • Bliss, Don, 9:2
  • Blocker, Dan, 4:6 ov
  • Bloom, Sol, 9:2
  • Bluett, Elizabeth, 3:5
  • Boggess, Jimmy, 4:6 ov
  • Bohnett, Floyd O., 3:5
  • Bolton, Frances, 5:2; 9:2
  • Bomholdt, Julius, 3:2
  • Booher, Edward E., 3:6
  • Boone, Holly, 5:6
  • Boots, R. R., 1:11
  • Bouton, Margaret, 3:4
  • Bowles, [Chester], 3:4
  • Bowles, Mrs. Chester, 3:4
  • Bowring, Eva, 9:7
  • Boykin, Frank 5:4
  • Boyle, Sir Edward, 3:2
  • Bradley, James, 5:9
  • Brady, Leslie S., 3:4, 5
  • Branch, Forrest, 3:5
  • Brandon, Henry, 4:4
  • Brentano, Heinrich Von, 3:4
  • Brezhnev, [Leonid], 5:4; 8:1
  • Bridges, Styles, 3:1
  • Bronck, Rufus, 2:9
  • Brooks, Ned, 4:4
  • Brooks, Robert, 3:4
  • Brosio, Mrs. Manlio, 3:1
  • Brothers, Barbara, 2:2
  • [Brothers, Richard], 1:5
  • Brown, Eugene, 2:1
  • Brown, John Nicholas, 5:9
  • Brownell, Samuel M., 3:5
  • Browning, John, Jr., 4:6 ov
  • Broyles, Frank, 43:3
  • Bruce, David K. E., 3:4
  • Bryan, J. Y., 3:6
  • Bryant, Clyde, 1:14
  • Buckley, Charles, 5:8
  • Budge, [E. G.], 3:3
  • Bumpers, Dale [L.], 1:3
  • [Bundy, McGeorge], 5:2
  • Burden, William A. M., 5:9
  • Burdick, Quentin N., 1:5
  • Burgess, E.W., 3:5
  • Burgess, W. Randolph, 5:2
  • Butler, Richard A., 9:2
  • Byrnes, C., 2:1
  • Caccia, Sir Harold, 3:1
  • Cahn, Julius, 5:3
  • Callaghan, F. R., 3:3
  • Callander, Bruce, 5:6
  • Callaway, Irene, 5:6
  • Callison, T. C., Jr., 1:5
  • Canter, Jacob, 3:4
  • Capehart, Homer E., 5:4
  • Capsin, Joe, 15:3
  • Caramanlis, Constantine, 3:1
  • Caraway, Hattie W., 4:1
  • Carlson, Frank, 3:1; 10:2 ov
  • Carnes, Jack, 2:1
  • Carstensen, Viggo, 3:5
  • Case, Clifford P., 3:1; 5:5
  • Cash, Joe, 2:1
  • Cassidy, William F., 1:12
  • Castiella, Fernando Maria, 3:1
  • Catel, Pauline, 3:2
  • Cates, Walter B., 3:2
  • Catlett, Leon B., 4:6 ov
  • Cerica, Angelo, 3:1
  • Chaban-Delmas, Jacques, 3:1
  • Chandler, [Albert Benjamin], 9:2
  • Chandler, Winston, 9:2
  • Chandrasekhar, S., 5:6
  • Chang Chi Won, 15:3
  • Chapman, Judith Ann, 15:4
  • Chatfield-Taylor, Wayne, 5:4
  • Cherry, [Francis] [A.], 2:1
  • Childress, W. L., 1:5
  • Cho, U., 3:5
  • Chopra, R. N., 5:4
  • Church, Frank F., 3:1; 5:2, 3
  • Clarey, P. J., 3:5
  • Clark, Felton G., 3:6; 5:2
  • Clark, Joseph S., Jr., 5:1
  • Clark, Steve, 43:2, 3, 4
  • Clifford, Clark, 5:2
  • Clinton, Bill, 42:4; 43:2-6
  • Clinton, Hillary Rodham, 43:2, 4
  • Coffelt, Dale, 1:14
  • Cohelan, Jeffrey, 3:2
  • Colligan, Francis J., 3:3-6
  • Colwell, James L., 3:6
  • Comte-Offenbach, Pierre, 3:1
  • Conaboy, Richard P., 14:3
  • Cone, Tom, 1:14
  • Conley, Philip, 3:4
  • Connor, [John T.], 1:3
  • Cook, Donald B., 3:6
  • Cook, Marlow W., 3:2
  • Cook, Mrs. Marlow W., 3:2
  • Coombs, Philip, 5:2; 9:2
  • Cooper, John Sherman, 3:2; 9:7
  • Cormack, Margaret, 3:4
  • Craig, William G., 3:6
  • Cranford, Frances Jane Anderson, 1:3; 4:6 ov
  • Cronkhite, Bernice B., 5:2
  • Cuadra, M. J., 1:14
  • Curry, William J., 15:1
  • Curtis, Carl T., 5:3; 9:6
  • Czeschin, Charles C., 1:14
  • Darby, Harry, 9:7
  • Darby, William E., 5:1, 3
  • David, Pedro, 3:4
  • Davidson, William D., 5:4
  • de Areilza, José M., 3:1
  • de Cañadas, Mrs. Milca, 3:4
  • de Friestas, Geoffrey, 3:1, 2
  • D`Egville, Sir Howard, 3:2
  • Delaney, H. L., 1:10
  • Dennis, James, 1:3
  • Derthick, Lawrence G., 3:6
  • de Vicien, Rosa M., 3:4
  • Diehl, Charles E., 5:1
  • Dillon, C. Douglas, 3:1, 2
  • Dirksen, Everett McKinley, 3:1; 5:2, 3
  • di Vicinzo, Guido, 3:6
  • Dobrosielski, Marian, 3:1, 2
  • Dobrynin, Anatoliy F., 8:1
  • d`Ormesson, Olivier Lefevre, 3:1
  • Douglas, Bob, 43:1, 3
  • Douglas, Dan, 9:3
  • Douglas, Doug, 9:3
  • Douglas, Hal [Cooper], 9:3
  • Douglas, Jeanne French, 3:9
  • Douglas, Paul H., 5:2-4
  • Dow, John, 5:6
  • Dowling, Robert W., 5:8
  • Downey, [Sheridan], 9:2
  • Drake, Boyce, 1:14
  • Draper, William H., Jr., 5:6
  • Drimmel, Heinrich, 3:3, 4
  • Driver, Will J., 15:5
  • Duke, Angier Biddle, 3:1
  • Dulles, [John Foster]. 9:2
  • Dunn, Carroll H., 1:15
  • Du Pont, Henry F., 5:9
  • Duty, Jeff Davis, Jr., 3:6
  • Early, Steve, 9:2
  • Eastland, James O., 5:3; 9:2
  • Easton, Charles, 9:2
  • Eaton, A. F., 1:11
  • Eaton, Cyrus S., Jr., 5:4
  • Eccles, Marriner S., 9:7
  • Edelman, Albert I., 5:9
  • Edelstein, N., 1:5
  • Edmunds, Ollie, 5:1
  • Eisenhower, Dwight David, 3:1; 5:2, 5; 9:6
  • Elkayem, Abraham Shalom, 15:5
  • Ellender, Allen J., 5:3; 9:2, 6, 7
  • Ellis, Clyde T., 1:3, 9:7
  • Ellis, Elmer, 5:2
  • Ellis, J. Frank, 1:14
  • Emmerling, Arthur, 2:1
  • Evans, Rev. Dr. Frederick W., 9:2
  • Erickson, John L., 1:10
  • Fahmy, F. M., 3:2
  • Faisal (King of Saudi Arabia), 3:2
  • Al-Faith, Sayyed, 3:2
  • Farbstein, Leonard, 3:2
  • Farley, James A., 9:7
  • Faubus, Orval E., 1:2-4, 10, 14-15; 2:3; 4:6 ov
  • Fayat, Henri, 3:1
  • Feininger, Tomas, 2:2
  • Feld, Bernard, 5:4
  • Fellinger, Karl, 3:3
  • Fennow, Karen, 3:5
  • Fens, J. J., 3:1
  • Ferguson, H. H., 15:1
  • Ferguson, Homer, 5:3
  • Ferritor, Daniel E., 42:4; 43:1, 4
  • Fisher, Horace, 4:6 ov
  • Fisher, Sam, 3:5
  • Fleeman, E. C., 4:1
  • Fleming, Arthur S., 5:8
  • Fleming, Robert V., 5:9
  • Folk, Sandra Mae, 15:4
  • Fong, Hiram L., 1:7; 5:8
  • Foote, William Fulbright, 4a:3
  • Franklin, John Hope, 3:6
  • Frear, J. Allen, Jr., 5:5
  • Frechette, A. R., 5:6
  • Frederick IX (King of Denmark), 3:2
  • Fremont, Roselyn, 3:4
  • Frisch, Christian, 1:5
  • Frost, Laurence H., 5:6
  • Fulbright, Anne Arthurs, 9:3
  • Fulbright, Elizabeth Kremer Williams (Betty), 1:1-3, 5-7, 12; 2:5; 3:1, 2, 4; 4:1-3, 6 ov; 4a:2; 5:3-4, 6-8; 6:1-2; 7:1; 9:2-3; 12:2; 13:1; 42:5; 43:1-5
  • Fulbright, Harriet Mayor, 42:2, 4
  • Fulbright, J. William, 1:1-3, 5-9, 11-12, 14-15; 2:2-3, 5, 8-9; 3:1-6; 4:1-4, 6 ov; 4a:1-3; 5:1-4, 6-9; 6:1-2; 7:1; 8:1; 9:1-2, 4-6; 10 ov: 1,2,5; 11:1-2; 12:1-2; 13:1-2; 14:1, 3; 42:2-5; 43:1-6
  • Fulbright, Jay II (Jack), 9:3
  • Fulbright, Jay III, 9:3
  • Fulbright Family, 9:3
  • Fulbright, Ray A., 15:3
  • Fulton, James, 5:4
  • Gaines, William L., 3:6
  • Galbraith, [Doreen], 3:3
  • Galbraith, John Kenneth, 43:1-5
  • Galler, Sidney R., 5:9
  • Galloway, C. B., 5:6
  • Gannon, Rev. Edward, 14:3
  • Gathings, Ezekiel Candler (Took), 1:5; 9:6
  • Gauss, Christian, 9:2
  • Geiger, Virginia, 3:5
  • Gentry, U. A., 2:1
  • Gette, Tim, 1:11
  • Gibbon, Cecil, 9:6
  • Giffels, Irma Fitch, 42:4; 43:1
  • Gilbert, Allen A., [Jr.], 9:3
  • Gilbert, Phyllis, 9:3
  • Glenn, Edmund S., 3:1
  • Goff, Norris "Tuffy", 9:2
  • Goff, Mrs. Norris "Tuffy," 9:2
  • Goldwater, Barry [M.], 5:2, 4
  • Goodell, Charles, 5:6
  • Goodloe, David, 4:1
  • Gordon, Nathan, 1:3
  • Gordon, Virginia, 1:3
  • Gore, Albert, 3:1
  • Gosh, Sudhir, 3:1
  • Goss, Gene, 1:5
  • Goss, Mrs. Gene, 1:5
  • Graham, Frank, 9:6
  • Graham, James, 3:6
  • Grance, Dominique, 3:2
  • Grayson, Betty Jeanne, 15:1
  • Green, John W., 5:1
  • Green, Theodore Francis, 5:4; 9:2
  • Greene, Lancaster M., 5:6
  • Greene, Lorne, 4:6 ov
  • Greene, Nadine, 5:6
  • Greene, Winthrop S., 3:4
  • Greer, Frances, 2:2
  • Gribble, James T., Jr., 1:11
  • Griesemer, Kathy, 1:5
  • Griffin, Phillip J., 3:2
  • Gromyko, Andrei A., 8:1
  • Grondal, Benedikt, 3:1
  • Grove, Ivan H., 4:6 ov
  • Gruening, Ernest, 3:1; 5:6; 9:6
  • Guffey, [Joseph F.], 9:2
  • Guilds, John C., 43: 1-6
  • Gustavus, Adolphus VI (King of Sweden), 3:2
  • Haas, Elwood, 3:5
  • Hafstein, Johann, 3:1
  • Hagerman, Wade H., 5:6
  • Halderman, H. R., 2:1
  • Hall, Opal, 3:4
  • Halle, Elinor, 3:6
  • Hallstein, Walter, 3:1
  • Hammer, Armand, 5:6
  • Hammerschmidt, John Paul, 1:2-3, 5; 2:5; 43:3, 4
  • Hammerschmidt, Mrs. John Paul, 1:5
  • Hammett, James B., 1:14
  • Hand, Lloyd N., 3:6
  • Handley, William, 5:6
  • Hannegan, Bob, 9:7
  • Harrell, D. W., 1:10
  • Harris, Buren, 15:4
  • Harris, Oren, 1:6, 10; 2:2, 5, 9; 4:1, 6 ov; 5:4, 6; 15:1
  • Harrison, William H., 9:2
  • Hartke, Joan, 5:6
  • Hartke, Vance, 5:3-6
  • Haskins, Caryl P., 5:9
  • Harsanain, Majoob Ahmed, 5:4
  • Hatch, Carl A., 9:2
  • Hatchett, Lindsey, 2:1
  • Hayden, Carl, 3:1; 5:2-3, 5
  • Hays, Brooks, 1:5; 9:2, 7
  • Hays, George P., 3:5
  • Hays, Walter, 5:1
  • Hays, Wayne L., 3:1; 5:2; 9:2
  • Healey, Dennis 3:2
  • Healey, Derek T., 5:4
  • Heath, [William W.], 5:3
  • Heffron, R. J., 3:5
  • Henderson, Donald, 3:1
  • Henderson, H. S., 5:1
  • Henry, John, 1:3
  • Herfurt, Jack, 3:4
  • Herfurt, Millie, 3:4
  • Hersey, John, 9:2
  • Herter, Christian A., 3:1; 5:2
  • Heye, H. G. A., 3:1
  • Hickenlooper, Bourke B., 3:1-2; 5:3; 10:2 ov
  • Higbie, Les, 4:4
  • Higgins, Frank H., 1:10
  • Hight, Roy Lee, 4:6 ov
  • Hill, Lister, 5:3; 9:2
  • Hiraizumi, Wataru, 11:2
  • Hochoy, Sir Soloman, 3:2
  • Hochoy, Lady, 3:2
  • Hoey, Clyde [R.], 9:2
  • Hofgren, Daniel W., 5:2
  • Holder, Fred, 1:10
  • Holland, Kenneth, 3:6
  • Holland, Ralph T., 1:11
  • Holmann, Mrs. E. J., 1:5
  • Holyoake, Keith, 3:2
  • Lord Home, Alec Douglas - Home, 8:1
  • Hoover, J. Edgar, 1:5
  • Hovde, Frederick L., 3:5
  • Howe, Otis, 9:2
  • Htun Myaing, U., 3:5
  • Hughes, William, 1:3
  • Humphrey, Hubert H., 2:2, 5; 3:1, 6; 5:2, 4-6, 9; 8:1; 9:2, 7; 10:2 ov
  • Humphrey, Hubert Horatio, Jr., 5:3
  • Humphrey, Mrs. Hubert H. (Muriel), 2:2
  • Humphrey, Richard F., 5:9
  • Hunsaker, Jerome C., 5:9
  • Husain, Zakir, 3:4
  • Hussman, Walter, 1:10
  • Huyler, Coulter D., Jr., 3:4-5
  • Ickes, Harold L., 9:7
  • Ihara, Terus, 3:6
  • Indacochea, Eduardo F., 3:4
  • Ingswersen, Harry, 3:5
  • Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference, London, 1957, 3:1
  • Ito, Tomoo, 3:1
  • Jackson, Henry M., 5:3
  • Jacobson, Dorothy, 5:6
  • Jackson, Suzie, See Thompson, Suzie Jackson
  • Jamadar, Mrs. Vernon, 3:2
  • Janus, Christopher G., 15:5
  • Jaroszewicz, Piotr, 3:1
  • Javits, Jacob K., 5:5
  • Jazani, Rahmat, 5:4
  • Jensen, M., 3:6
  • Jensen, Mrs. M., 3:6
  • Johnson, Charles S., 3:5
  • Johnson, Claudia Taylor (Lady Bird), 5:2, 5, 8
  • Johnson, [Edwin Carl], 9:2
  • Johnson, [Hiram W.], 9:2
  • Johnson, Joe, 1:14
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, See Johnson, Claudia Taylor (Lady Bird)
  • Johnson, Lucy Baines, 5:5
  • Johnson, Lynda Bird, 5:5
  • Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 5:2-5, 8; 9:2
  • Johnson, Mrs. Robert H., 15:3
  • Johnson, Walter, 3:3-6
  • Johnston, Olin S., 5:3; 9:2
  • Jones, Mrs. Albert V., 15:5
  • Jones, Lewis Webster, 5:1
  • Jones, Paul T., 5:1
  • Jones, Robert, 1:3; 5:8
  • Jontz, W. M., 1:14
  • Jordan, B. Everett, 9:6
  • Jordan, Bertha, 9:3
  • Jordan, Jim, 9:3
  • Jourdain, Monique, 3:2
  • Judd, Walter, 5:4
  • Jungers, Frank, 3:2

    Kantana, Souad, 3:5

  • Kato, I., 11:2
  • Kato, Shozoku, 3:1
  • Kefauver, Estes, 3:1; 5:3; 9:6
  • Kelley, Anne Douglas, 9:3
  • Kelley, Donald R., 43:4
  • Kelly, Edna, 5:2; 9:2
  • Kennedy, Edward Moore (Ted), 5:2-3
  • Kennedy, Joan, 5:4
  • Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, 1:5, 15; 3:6; 5:2, 5; 9:2, 6
  • Kennedy, Paul D., 15:3
  • Kennedy, Robert D., 3:6
  • Kennedy, Robert F., 5:8
  • Kerr, Robert, 1:3
  • Kerr, Robert S., 4:6 ov
  • Khan, Mohammad Ayub, 3:1
  • Khrushchev, Nikita S., 8:1
  • Kilgore, [Harley M.], 9:2
  • Kincaid, Hugh R., 1:3, 42:3
  • King, Cecil, 5:4
  • King, Eleanor, 3:7
  • Kinnamon, Keneth, 42:3
  • Kinney, Wanda, 3:4
  • Kirpal, Prem, 3:4
  • Kishi, Nobusuke, 3:1
  • Kishi, S., 11:2
  • Kissinger, Henry A., 1:2; 3:2; 5:4
  • Klein, Juluis, 5:3
  • Kliesing, Goerg, 3:1
  • Koch, Robert M., 5:6
  • Koht, [Paul], 5:4
  • Kon, Hidemi, 11:2
  • Koyama, Hachiro, 3:1
  • Kubly, Herbert, 3:6
  • Kuchel, Thomas H., 3:1, 2
  • LaFollette, Robert M., 9:6
  • Langer, William, 9:2
  • Langhelle, Nils, 3:1
  • Lanham, Henderson, 9:2
  • Lanrrison, C. B., 1:11
  • Lauch, Chester H. (Chet), 2:2; 9:2
  • Lauch, Mrs. Chester H. (Chet), 9:2
  • Lausche, Frank J., 3:1; 10:2 ov
  • LaVeck, Gerald, 5:6
  • Lawson, Wayne, 1:14
  • Lawson, Willie, 2:1
  • Leatherman, Leland F., 1:14
  • Le Compte, Karl M., 5:4
  • Lee, Philip R., 5:6
  • Leet, Dorothy, 3:4-5
  • Lehman, Herbert, 9:7
  • Leonard, J. Paul, 3:4
  • Levin, Georges, 3:2
  • Lewis, Hod, 9:2
  • Lightner, E. Allan, Jr., 3:6
  • Lilienthal, Dave, 2:1
  • Lillard, J. A., 1:14
  • Lin, Dato Ong Yoke, 3:1-2
  • Little, Tom, Jr., 1:11
  • Livingston, Polly, 15:4
  • Lloyd, Sherman P., 3:2
  • Lodge, [Henry Cabot Jr.], 9:2
  • Lodge, John Davis, 3:1
  • Lofton, Scott, 5:1
  • Long, Russell B., 5:5; 10:2 ov
  • Lourie, Donald B., 3:5
  • Lovette, Tom, 2:1
  • Lowe, John, 3:6
  • Lucas, Scott W., 9:2, 7
  • Lucas, Wingate, 9:2
  • Lynch, Cecil, 2:1
  • McCabe, Joseph E., 5:1
  • McCabe, Thomas B., 5:4
  • McCain, Margaret, 15:3
  • McCarran, [Patrick A. (Pat)], 9:2
  • McCarthy, Eugene [J.], 5:3-4
  • McClellan, John L., 1:3, 5-7, 10, 12, 15; 2:3, 5; 4:6 ov
  • McClellan, Mrs. John L., 5:3
  • McClinton, Mrs. Charles W., 1:5
  • McClinton, Clark C., 1:5
  • McClinton, Mrs. Clark C. (Marie), 1:5
  • McConnell, John P., 1:11
  • McCormack, John W., 5:2
  • McDaniel, Leonard E., 15:3
  • McDaniel, Lillian W., 15:3
  • McDowell, Harris, 5:2; 9:2
  • McFarland, Ernest W., 9:7
  • McGovern, George, 5:4
  • McGuire, Martin R. P., 3:5
  • McHugh, Ray, 4:4
  • McIntosh, Dempster, 3:2
  • McKay, Colin B., 3:3
  • McKellar, [Kenneth D.], 9:2
  • McKenna, F., 5:6
  • McKerihan, C. R., 3:5
  • McLaughlin, R. C., 3:4
  • Macmallin, Harold, 3:1
  • McNally, Ernest, 15:4
  • McNally, Sarah Lou, 15:4
  • McNally, Terry Ann, 15:4
  • McNamara, Pat, 5:3
  • McNamara, Robert S., 1:7; 5:2; 10:1 ov
  • Madison, Bernard, 42:2, 4
  • Maeda, Yoshinori, 11:2
  • Maggin, Daniel, 5:9
  • Mahon, George H., 5:6, 9
  • Mansfield, Michael J., 3:1-2; 5:2-5; 9:7; 11:1
  • Marcy, Carl, 10:2 ov; 43:1
  • Marshall, George, 9:7
  • Martin, Charles R., 1:5
  • Martin, Christian, 3:3-4
  • Martin, James E., 43:1-5
  • Martin, Thomas, 5:4
  • Mason, A. D., 1:10
  • Massey, Raymond, 5:4
  • Mathews, A. C., Jr. (Tony), 15:5
  • Matsumoto, Shigaharu, 11:2
  • Matsunaga, Spark, 5:6
  • Matthews, H. Freeman, 3:3
  • Matz, Barbara, 3:6
  • Maurice, J. Hamilton, 3:2
  • Maybank, Burnet R., 9:7
  • Maynard, Charles D., 1:15
  • Mehaffy, Pat, 1:3; 4:6 ov
  • Merriweather, Marjorie, 5:9
  • Micunovic, Vukasin, 3:1
  • Miernik, Stanislaw, 3:1
  • Miki, Takeo, 11:2
  • Miller, Ed, 2:2
  • Miller, R. S., 3:6
  • Miller, Mrs. R. S., 3:6
  • Miller, Sally, 1:11
  • Miller, Sally, See also Perdue, Sally Miller
  • Mills, Wilbur D., 1:3, 5-6, 12, 15; 2:5; 4:6 ov; 5:2, 4; 9:7
  • Minietta, Eugene D., 1:11
  • Miranda, Sergio, 3:6
  • Mitchell, [Huge B.], 9:2
  • Mitchell, Vinton W., 3:4
  • Miuazawa, Kiichi, 11:2
  • Moe, Finn, 3:1
  • Moffo, Anna, 5:6
  • Mohammed Riza Pahlavi (Shah of Iran), 3:2
  • Monagan, John, 5:2; 9:2
  • Moore, Roger A., 3:6
  • Moreno, Manuel B., 5:4
  • Morgan, Bill, 2:2
  • Morgan, Mrs. Lindsay A., 15:3
  • Morgan, Thomas, 5:2; 9:2
  • Morin, Relman, 1:4
  • Morley, Ted, 4:6 ov
  • Morse, Wayne, 3:1; 10:2 ov
  • Moss, A. J., 2:1
  • Moss, Frank E., 3:3
  • Moss, Ted, 5:4
  • Muir, Raymond D., 3:5
  • Mulley, F. W., 3:2
  • Mullins, David W., 1:5
  • Mundt, Karl E., 3:1; 5:2-3; 9:2; 10:2 ov
  • Muniz, Carlos Manuel, 3:1
  • Murdock, [Orrice Abram, Jr. (Abe)], 9:2
  • Murray, James E., 5:3; 9:2
  • Muskie, Edmund S., 5:3-4, 6
  • Mustafa ben Halim, 3:1
  • Myers, Francis, 9:7
  • Myers, I. L., 5:1
  • Myers, Ray, 1:11
  • Myrdal, Gunnar, 3:2
  • Naval, Macario, 3:6
  • Nedham, Daniel, 1:10
  • Nee, Sister M. Coleman, 14:3
  • Neiva, Arthur Hehl, 3:4
  • Neiva, Mrs. Arthur Hehl, 3:4
  • Nesbitt, Wallace B., 3:2
  • Neuberger, Maurine B., 5:5
  • Neuman, Edwin, 4:4
  • Nevill, Sir Arthur and Lady, 3:3
  • Newberry, J. P., 1:10
  • Newbold, Hayden W., 1:3
  • Newbold, Mrs. Hayden W., 1:3
  • Newton, McKinley, 1:3
  • Newton, Mrs. McKinley, 1:3
  • Nicara, P., 3:1
  • Nicholson, William L., 1:11
  • Nida, Glenn, 1:10
  • Nix, Stephen Floyd, 15:4
  • Nixon, Richard M., 2:1; 3:1; 4:4; 5:4
  • Norrell, W. F., 9:7
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentarians Conference,
  • Washington, D. C., 1959, 3:1
  • Nsaibah, Z., 3:2
  • Ntephe, Herbert N., 5:4
  • Nuesse, C. Joseph, 3:6
  • Nugent, B. A., 43:1-6
  • O`Daniel, [Wilbert Lee], 9:2
  • O`Donnel, Charles, 3:5
  • Okawara, Y., 11:2
  • Okomote, Hideaki, 3:1
  • O`Mahoney, Joseph C., 9:2
  • Omari, Nathar, 3:2
  • O'Neill, Thomas P., Jr. (Tip), 5:2
  • O`Neill, Vera, 1:5
  • Orr, Raymond, 2:1
  • Oswald, Harry L., 1:12, 14
  • Page, Geraldine, 5:4
  • Page, H. R., 1:10
  • Pahlavi, See Mohammed Riza Pahlavi (Shah of Iran)
  • Paisley, William Merrill (Bill), 9:6
  • Palazzi, Robert, 3:5
  • Palme, Olof, 3:2
  • Palmer, Norman, 9:6
  • Panuska, J. A., 14:3
  • Parker, Seth, 1:10
  • Passman, Otto E., 4:4
  • Pastore, John O., 5:2-3; 8:1; 9:6
  • Patten, Harold A., 9:2
  • Payne, Frederick G., 9:6
  • Payne, Kerry, 4:1
  • Peacock, Bill, 5:6
  • Peacock, Sir Edward, 3:6
  • Pell, Claiborne, 5:3
  • Pelletreau, Robert, 13:2
  • Pepper, [Claude Denson], 9:2, 7
  • Percy, Charles H., 5:5
  • Perdue, Sally Miller, 1:3; 4:6 ov
  • Perryman, Wayne, 1:5
  • Perryman, Mrs. Wayne, 1:5
  • Peyrefitte, Alain, 3:1
  • Pfeifer, Paula, 5:6
  • Philippine Fulbright Scholars Association, 3:6
  • Phillips, Joseph B., 3:5
  • Pickering, Sir George, 3:4
  • Pifer, A., 3:6
  • Pike, Frederick B., 3:6
  • Pike, Thomas P., 1:10
  • Pilkinton, James H., 4:1
  • Pine Bluff High School A Cappella Choir, 15:1
  • Pineros Corpas, Joaquin, 3:4
  • Pines, Sue, 1:3
  • Pitcock, Jim, 1:12
  • Pletcher, K. E., 5:6
  • Poindexter, Mrs. J. C., 15:3
  • Polk, William Roe, 9:6
  • Pollock, W. E., 1:10
  • Pond, Hugh J., 1:2
  • Porter, Barbara Mullins, 15:1
  • Porter, Willis P., 3:6
  • Portis, Dan, 2:1
  • Pottorf, Cecil R., 1:5
  • Powell, James O., 43:1, 5
  • Powers, Peter G., 5:9
  • Pryor, David H., 1:3
  • Purvis, Hoyt, 2:5; 4:1; 42:3-4; 43: 1, 4
  • Qudsi, Faneaz, 3:2
  • Radcliffe, [George L.], 9:2
  • Radford, Ronald, 3:7
  • Raese, R. A., 1:5
  • Randolph, Jennings, 1:5; 5:8
  • Rayburn, Sam, 10:3 ov
  • Reddick, Olive I., 3:4
  • Reed, Roy E., 42:3
  • Rees, Floyd, 1:14
  • Reid, Mrs. John D., 1:2
  • Reid, Mrs. John, 1:5
  • Reinhardt, Frederick, 3:2
  • Reinink, H. J., 3:4
  • Reynolds, Louis, 5:6
  • Rhoades, John M., 5:4
  • Rhode, Eloise, 1:5
  • Riad, Sayed Mahoud, 3:2
  • Ricketts, Lynn, 1:14
  • Riedl, John Orth, 5:2
  • Ries, Marshall, 9:2
  • Ries, Mary L., 9:2
  • Rife, V. C., 1:14
  • Riggs, Tom, 15:1
  • Riley, Bob Cowley, 1:2-3
  • Riley, Russell L., 3:5-6
  • Ripley, S. Dillon, 5:9
  • Ritch, James, 3:6
  • Ritschl, Heinrich, 3:4
  • Rivers, Cliff, 4:6 ov
  • Robatel, Michael, 3:2
  • Robertson, A. Willis, 5:3
  • Robinson, Mrs. A. N. R., 3:2
  • Robinson, Douglas, 3:1
  • Robinson, George S., 1:11
  • Robinson, Joseph T., 9:2
  • Robinson, Lewis, 2:1
  • Rockefeller, Winthrop, 2:1
  • Rodriguez, Juan (Chi Chi), 5:6
  • Roland, Joseph M., 3:3-4
  • Roll, William G., 3:5
  • Ronning, Chester, 3:2
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D., 5:5
  • Rose, Jerry, 15:1
  • Rossiter, Geoffrey, 3:5
  • Roussou, John, 1:3
  • Rovelstad, Gordon H., 5:6
  • Rowan, James, 1:10
  • Rowe, Rosalie A., 3:3
  • Rowling, Sir Wallace E., 3:3
  • Roy, B. C., 3:1
  • Ruigomez, Juan M., 5:4
  • Rushing, Shade P. (Doc), 2:1, 3, 9
  • Rusk, Dean, 1:7; 3:2, 6; 5:2-3, 6; 8:1
  • Russell, Howard H., 3:6
  • Russell, Richard B., 1:7; 5:2-3; 9:2
  • Ryan, Harold, 5:8
  • St. John-Stevas, Norman, 3:4
  • Saiki, Mrs. S., 11:2
  • Saito, Makota, 11:2
  • Salas, Oscar, 3:6
  • Saltonstall, Leverett, 5:2-3, 8; 8:1
  • Sauchez-Vilella, Roberto, 5:3
  • Schaffer, Gloria, 3:6
  • Schildberg, John, 1:5
  • Schildberg, Mrs. John, 1:5
  • Schildberg, Yvonne, 1:5
  • Schlag, Wilhelm, 3:3-4
  • Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., 4:4
  • Schnitzer, Robert, 5:4
  • Schola Cantorum, University of Arkansas, 1:5
  • Scholz, Antonio, 5:4
  • Schroth, Tom, 4:4
  • Schueur, Sidney, 5:3
  • Scott, Hugh, 5:4, 9
  • Scott, J. D., 1:3
  • Scudder, Suzanne, See Stubblefield, Suzanne Scudder
  • Seely-Brown, Horace, Jr., 5:2; 9:2
  • Seraphim, Christ T., 3:6
  • El Shahid, Sayed Salah, 3:2
  • Sharp, Dudley C., 1:10
  • Shea, Katharine, 2:5
  • Sheldon, Courtney, 4:4
  • Shimer, William A., 3:4-5
  • Shipley, Ellen Compton, 43:5
  • Simpson, Milward L., 9:6
  • Skinner, Cornelia Otis, 5:4
  • Sloan, James, 2:1
  • Smathers, George A., 10:2 ov
  • Smiley, Joseph R., 3:6
  • Smith, Bill, 4:1
  • Smith, Sir David, 3:3
  • Smith, George W., 1:5
  • Smith, H. Alexander, 3:1; 5:3; 9:2, 6
  • Smith, Margaret Chase, 5:3
  • Smith, Maurice, 2:9
  • Smith, Pattie Fulbright, 9:3
  • Smithy, H., 2:2
  • Smyth, Francis S., 3:5
  • Snoddy, Jim, 2:1
  • Snyder, Ducie, 1:3
  • Snyder, John, 9:7
  • Soriano, Francisca, 3:5
  • Sothen, Dave von, 2:5
  • al-Sowidi, Ahmed Khalifa, 3:2
  • Spaak, Paul-Henri, 3:1; 5:2
  • Sparkman, John J., 2:3; 3:1; 5:2-5; 10:2 ov
  • Spaulding, E. Wilder, 3:3-4
  • Spivak, Lawrence E., 4:4
  • Srour bin Mohammed, 3:2
  • Stalnaker, John M., 3:6
  • Stanfill, William Abner, 9:7
  • Starfires (Band), 15:1
  • Stennis, John C., 5:2-3
  • Stephens, Jackson T., 43:2-6
  • Stevenson, Adlai [E.], 2:3; 8:1; 9:2, 6
  • Stikker, D. U., 3:4-5
  • Stone, Edward D., 5:6-8, 10
  • Storey, Robert G., 3:6; 5:2
  • Storey, Harriette, 9:2
  • Strong, L. Corrin, 5:8
  • Stroop, P.D., 1:10
  • Stroud, John, 1:3
  • Stubblefield, Suzanne Scudder, 1:3; 4:6 ov
  • Suchowiak, Bohdan, 3:1
  • Sulaiman, Shah Mahmud, 5:4
  • Sullivan, Leon, 5:4
  • Surber, Mary Frances, 15:5
  • Swanson, Gilbert C., 9:3
  • Swanson, Janelle Lee, 9:3
  • Swanson, Jay, 9:3
  • Swanson, Patsy, 9:3
  • Swire, Willard, 5:4
  • Symington, J. Fife, Jr., 3:2
  • Symington, Mrs. J. Fife, Jr., 3:2
  • Symington, Stuart, 3:1-2; 5:2-5; 10:2 ov
  • Tackett, Boyd, 9:7
  • Taft, Robert A., 5:3
  • Tageschi, Kentaro, 3:1
  • Takagi, Dominic N., 3:1
  • Takeuchi, [Ryuji], 3:1
  • Takitani, Kenji, 3:1
  • Takizawa, Seiichi, 3:1
  • Talboys, Brian, 3:3
  • Tanikawa, Satoshi, 3:1
  • Taujino, Hiroshi, 3:1
  • Taylor, Baynard, 2:1
  • Taylor, Glen, 9:6
  • Taylor, M. B., 4:1
  • Teasdale, Anna Waugh Fulbright, 9:3
  • Teasdale, Kenneth S., 9:3
  • Teasdale, Kenneth [Stratton Fulbright], 5:3; 9:3
  • Thant, U., 8:1
  • Thatcher, H. K., 1:10
  • Thayer, Neal B., 1:14
  • Thayer, Robert H., 5:2
  • Thistlethwaite, Frank, 3:4
  • Thoman, Joseph W., 3:5
  • Thomas, Elbert, 9:2
  • Thome-Patenorte, Jacqueline, 3:1
  • Thompson, Horace, 2:1
  • Thompson, Llewellyn E., 3:4, 5
  • Thompson, Suzie Jackson, 1:3, 4:6 ov
  • Thornton, Ray, 1:5
  • Thrane, Eigil, 3:5
  • Thurmond, Strom, 5:4
  • Tillman, Seth P., 3:2
  • Timken-Zinkann, R. F., 3:4
  • Tinnin, Jim, 1:14
  • Tokus, Ahmet, 3:1
  • Topol, Franz, 3:3, 4
  • Tower, John G., 5:3
  • Trapp, Phil, 43:4
  • Travis, W.C., 1:11
  • Trimble, James W., 1:3, 5, 12, 14; 5:3, 4; 9:7
  • Troll, Carl, 3:4
  • Troy, Nancy, 2:5
  • Truman, Harry S., 2:8; 9:1, 2
  • Tucker, Jim Guy, 43:3, 4
  • Turman, James, A., 3:6
  • Turner, Kenneth E., 1:10
  • Turrentine, Forence, 1:5
  • Tweedsmuir, Baroness, 3:4
  • Tydings, [Millard E.], 9:2
  • Ulman, Richard, 3:4
  • University of Arkansas Schola Cantorum. See Schola Cantorum, University of Arkansas
  • Valenti, Jack, 5:8
  • Valeo, Frank, 5:3
  • Valmaggia, Juan S., 3:4
  • Valverde Lopez, Luis, 3:4
  • Van Cauwelaert, Frans, 3:1
  • Van Reigersberg, Fernando, 3:1
  • Verdross-Drossberg, Alfred, 3:3, 4
  • Vial de Gusman, Teresa, 3:4
  • Villmow, Earl W., 3:6
  • Vogel, Ralph H., 3:4, 6
  • Vohtz, Agnete, 3:5
  • von Brentano, Heinrich. See Brentano, Heinrich von
  • von Sothen, Dave. See Sothen, Dave von 2:5
  • Voticky, Tomás, 3:6
  • Wadsworth, [James, Jr.], 9:2
  • Wailes, [Edward Thompson], 3:2
  • Walker, Patrick Gordon, 3:2
  • Wallace, George, 5:4
  • Wallace, Glen 2:1
  • Walsh [David Ignatius], 9:2
  • Walsh, James P., 1:11
  • Walton, Helen Robson, 43:6
  • Warne, William R., 3:4
  • Warren, Earl, 5:9
  • Waters, Ann, 15:5
  • Webster, George, 3:5
  • Welker, Herman, 9:2
  • Wellkie, Philip, 3:5
  • Westbrook, Parker, 43:2, 3
  • Weyl, Michael, 3:5
  • Wheare, K. C., 3:6
  • Whedon, Peggy, 1:9; 4:4
  • White, Frank, 43:2-5
  • White, Helen C., 3:5
  • Whitford, R. L., 3:6
  • Whitford, Ruth, 3:6
  • Widnall, William, 5:4
  • Wien, Walter, 5:6
  • Wilburn, Robert, 14:3
  • Wiley, Alexander, 3:1; 5:4; 9:7
  • Wilkes, John G., 1:5
  • Will, Blanca, 15:3
  • Willems, J., 4:1
  • Williams, Harrison A., Jr., 4:4
  • Williams, John J., 10:2 ov
  • Williams, Lee, 1:5; 2:5; 14:2; 42:2-3; 43:1-2, 4-5
  • William, Mrs. Lee, 42:2
  • Williams, Margaret H., 3:4, 5
  • Williams, Miller, 43:4
  • Williams, Steve, 1:3
  • Wilson, E. B., 3:6
  • Wilson, Mrs. E. B., 3:6
  • Wilson, Mary Beth, 4:6 ov
  • Wilson, Robert E. Lee III, 9:2
  • Wilson, Walter K., 1:15
  • Winnacker, Elizabeth Fulbright (Betsey), 11:2
  • Winnacker, John, 11:2
  • Woods, Randall B., 43:1, 4-5
  • Wright, A. D., 1:14
  • Wright, Jack, 1:14
  • Wright, Jerauld, 3:1
  • Wunderlich, William J. (Bill), 1:11
  • Wyant, Jack, 3:2
  • Wyant, Margie, 3:2
  • Yassin, M. Hassan, 5:4
  • Yates, Jack, 4:1
  • Young, Milton R., 3:1
  • Zablocki, Clement J., 5:2; 9:2
  • Zannotti, Jorge L., 3:4
  • Zavelo, M. M., 1:10

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